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'm the owner of night moves. >> and you, steven dick, jr., wait, certificate quussly, step endick is your name. >> my real name. >> stephen: all right then, you, steven dick is are a difference maker. (cheers and applause) for years this dick has been providing albany cultural enrichment through his dance theatre night moves. >> i am the last remaining all nude club in albany. >> stephen: but now the community may lose this treasured institution. because new york state hit night moves with a bill for almost a million dollars in back taxes. so steven dick did what any patriot would do. >> we didn't pay them. >> and why would he? because state law has an exemption for musical and dramatic performances. this is art rosen, former deputy council of the new york state department of taxation and finance. he says it all comes down to one question. >> is exotic dancing art. sure, but how would steven dick prove it in a court of law. >> we had an expert witness, dr. judith hanna. >> dr. judith hanna is a senior research scholar at the university of maryland. and the author of eight books on dance and so
dick! (cheers and applause) i mean that. jon, he's a six-foot shaft with tiny ballses for feet. he may not fire you himself but you know that when he's looking at you he's unemploying you with his eyes. (cheers and applause) now, if you will excuse me, jon, i'm going to stare at aasif while he's talking, thereby dominating him visually. (laughter). >> jon: well, all right, seems like a relatively low-brow closing argument from the obama campaign. aasif, you've been with the romney campaign. what's their closing argument? >> well, what do you want it to be? (laughter) (cheers and applause) look, jon, um, mitt romney has been running for president for seven years. these are two short weeks left in the campaign. the polls are narrowing in key states. he just needs to pick up a few more votes to lock this thing down. so at this point, he really wants to know what individuals think so he can think it, too. because, jon, he really, really wants to be president. (cheers and applause) >> jon: that does seem like if i may say so, and i don't -- and i see what you're doing there, john. a breath
dick morris or bob? it would be tough. >> cenk: bob might be dick morris' nickname. >> that's what we should be calling him bob. this is what the map looked like going into the races yesterday. they were down. they had the democrats at 21 seats up and two independents who would caucus with them. joe lieberman and bernie saunders won. they got 25 yesterday if you include from maine they have not said who he will caucus with. it is presumed he'll caucus with the democrats. he's a bit of good news today. races we looked at yesterday. you mentioned the jon tester race you mentioned the heitkamp race todd akin lost missouri by 16 points. >> cenk: that is an ass kicking. >> it doesn't get more legitimate than that. then indiana where richard mourdock lost by six points. the amount of money spent and we discussed this ad nauseam. the amount of money spent in two senate races by linda mcmahon who lost to murphy, and then that tester race, you look at the state of montana. you look at the senate race, so much of what they got and tester was able to get was indian reservation land here in monta
. election day is just a year away and pundits. dick morris says romney will win in a landslide. new york times poll and they are betting on bam, short for barack. what about the electoral popular vote split? it could happen. that is what my pectoral captain hard shell and he is never wrong except for vietnam. if someone could make sense of it all someone like joe biden. >> there is never been a day in the last four years i've been proud to be his vice president. not one single day. not one single day. >> greg: he is national treasure and mitt romney is making a final push in swing states. and they released a tv ad that will get heavy play in ohio. day can a look. >> i'm mitt romney and aapprove this message. >> greg: as an entertainment reporter all you care about is bradley cooper's dating habits. are you aware of an election going on. i want your bre diction. who do you think who is going to win next year? >> i'm counting down the 355 days. i can't answer your question. i am a world-renowned journalist and i strongly believe journalists should not share who they are voting for. i don't
and dick's sporting goods. much of what is good can be placed at the feet of two remarkable ceo's who are worthy of significant praise. home depot showed a remarkable increase. the average numbers of home depot show big changes, people. blake, i like this guy, instead he said the strength was the start of the path of healing of the housing market. home depot performed incredibly well when the housing market was awful. you got to love a guy who says you know what, i'm citing the housing cycle. even better, home depot will be the destination for repair from hurricane sandy. home depot was the possible gap which was why the stock got hammered. sure enough one of the best performing stocks got better. now dick's is a terrific story. when things are slowing down in the economy, you don't buy expensive sneakers. dick's delivered a terrific same store sales game. a somewhat related company, cabela's, cited the warm weather for their outerwear selections. however, it does make you feel better about what dick's is up to. the pin action from the success of home depot and dick's, let's consider
. and also senator marco rubio. and dick morrison, is he staning by his prediction? if you are still unsure how you are casting your ballot tomorrow we will unavailable the president's report card from the handling of the debt, healthcare. has obama made this a better place in four years? and ann coulter, she's here. she will answer that straight ahead. a hybrid? most are just no fun to drive. now, here's one that will make you feel alive. meet the five-passenger ford c-max hybrid. c-max says ha. c-max says wheeee. which is what you get, don't you see? cause c-max has lots more horsepower than prius v, a hybrid that c-max also bests in mpg. say hi to the all-new 47 combined mpg c-max hybrid. i wish my patits could see what i see. ♪ that over time, having high cholesterol and any of thesrisk factors can put them at increased risk for plaque buildup in their arteries. so it's even more important to lower their cholesterol, and that's why, when diet and exercise alone aren't enough, i prescribe crestor. in a clinical trial versus lipitor, crestor got more high-risk patients' bad cholesterol
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now to discuss it, brad break man, formter deputy assistant to president george w. bush and the dick harputlin former chairman of the south carolina democratic party. does kirsten have a point, would be it arrogant for the president to nominate susan rice? >> i agree with her but i think. the senate has the right to confirm. if you already know the handwriting is on the wall why put yourself through that? especially when the president has very little capital to spend in a brutal election where he got nine million less votes than he did last time, we have divided country. while the american people may have elected the status quo in governing they don't expect it in governance. and the president cot have a huge win for himself in nominating somebody like senator kerry is likely to walls in than have a battle royale which he will lose. megyn: what of that, dick? as a strategy is it harmful to the president to put her out there when it could turn her confirmation hearings into, hearings about benghazi? >> well, i think two things. we saw senator mccain on the talk shows this weekend back
comment is closed. director dick-endrizzi. >> yes, commissioners, it failed to be mentioned that in the back of your packet, there is a map, two maps. one is of the c-3 area downtown. it's noted and this is in our meetings where we used criteria of the 75 -- it has a 75' buffer, but that is from the center of the restaurant or the food establishment address, which is how we came up with the 50'. so just to kind of take a look at the density and then the second one is the citywide view. so just to make sure sort of under some of the clarifications in terms of distinctions the proximity to a restaurant and like food is not something that dpw gets into looking at until it's contested and as supervisor wiener said that is one of the considerations that they would make in the final determination. the distinction that is proposed before you this 50' buffer, it's an automatic no-go. it's an automatic no-go at the counter, unless you are able to get the approval of the restaurant in that proximity. so i just wanted to make sure that that distinction of saying that it's going fr
version of our dick clark. >> the wild eyed, wild hair bud much beloved bbc star now deceased who police believe may be one of britain's worst predatory sex offenders ever with possibly hundreds of victims over four decades. they say some abuse may have happened on bbc property. >> jon: wait! that guy? (laughter) that creepy looking dude was britain's dick clark? let me tell you something! first of all, dick clark didn't look like route tkpwer hauer playing one of the child catchers from "chitty chitty bang bang." (laughter) i don't want to judge a book by its cover but if this fellow was a book i'm pretty sure the cover would be "don't leave me alone with your kids: the jimmy savile story." what did this now known pedophile host? well, it was a hugely popular show called jim "jim eel fix it" where children would write in and he would grant their wishes. their wishes. (audience reacts) he was like santa claus. but real and a pedophile. (laughter) so really nothing like santa claus. all right, this is a horrific story. but the bbc weren't the only ones who failed to look so too closely in
votes. >> bill: very bad night for pundit dick morris he was wrong on just about everything. he will be here to talk about it. >> in a world are where they throw the word great around so capriciously, is he a good man. >> bill: what does dennis miller think on the morning after? the d-man will let it all hang out tonight. >> we're soft in the head. >> bill: caution, you where to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> bill: i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. what the heck happened last night. that is the subject of this evening's boy do i have a story to till about the presidential vote. so perk up. here we go. i thought mitt romney was a good choice to run against president obama because of his economic experience. also the governor is a free market capitalist and offered a stark contrast to the president who wants the federal government to drive the economy. the campaign unfolded slowly as most persons did not know romney. and with all the high tech gizmos these days, it's difficult to get the attention of the folks. so i knew very early
, ed. >>> coming up, for months, dick morris predicted, what, a romney landslide? come on, he didn't to that? i don't watch fox. did he really do that? i guess he did. we'll show, you next. stay with us. >>> welcome back to "the ed show." we love hearing from our viewers on twitter and on our facebook page. tonight, just about everybody's talking about yesterday's election, no doubt. sage dude tweeted out, "it looks like the billionaires wasted their money trying to buy this election. the people outsmarted them." amen to that. chaplain lives says "it looks like speaker john boehner had a case of anesthesia when he spoke today, already forgetting that americans rejected romney's promise to raise revenues for the rich." and fun pundit thinks that "fox followers became insulated in their skewed data. they failed to face the will of the people." keep sharing your thoughts with us @edshow using #edshow. >>> still to come, dick morris predicted a romney landslide in his lunch alerts leading up to the election. he's eating some really raw crow, i'd say. >>> and we are back. you know, for
says bill, we will organize a reelection campaign. we will create a new structure. dick morris is the political guru from new york who worked in politics for a while. dick morris pulled out every question that could be asked and got all the right answers how to appeal to the people in arkansas and hillary took a campaign together in such a way it was a streamlined effort that was very successful. that got 58% of the vote in 1982. at that moment in time they are partners and exchange for all she has done for him, she becomes the most important single person in the administration. he puts her in charge of the education task force because he says in words that are almost exactly the ones he used ten years later when he put her in charge of the health-care task force of one the most important form of my administration to be handled by the person who is closest to me in my life and that is hillary. hillary does a stunning job. she has hearings, but together a coalition, that coalition is successful, succeed in passing legislation that is needed which essentially is designed to bring
with disgusting details. all of that plus dick morris, congressman allen west and why he's demanding a recount. hannity starts right here right now. >> that was each and every passing day americans are learning from scandals, events and even acts of war that the obama administration worked to keep secret until after the election. on friday, three days after, we learn that david petraeus, the head of the cia, was stepping down because of an extramarital affair. first i want to say that david petraeus is one of a greatest genuine hero. he is the first general in generations to turn around a war america was losing to iraq and 2006 and 2007 and he helped divert defeat. and for general petraeus to do what he did when he was director of the central intelligence agency, it was triple problem inmatic and opened him up to blackmail. for people who say it's a private matter, you are simply wrong. you can't have the cia director of america involved in a fair. once the affair was revealed, there was not a question in petraeus's mind that he needed to resign. but the story doesn't simply end there. now the
the hall. pat thought she recognized the woman asked if dick did. when he said no they continued down the stairs. halfway down she remembered the woman and made her husband return. she spoke with the woman and if they had met previously. woman replied they had pat asked about the stay in the u.s. and inquired what she was doing in the hall way. the woman explained she was returning to indian why in a few days and hoped to glimpse of the president. pat arranged to be given a seat at the dinner so she could hear the speech as well as see the president. nixon then left the hall to continue on to the previous engagement. i used the story to begin the talk because i think it brings to light a couple of key points i wish to bring to light about pat nixon and her public role and the role of foreign diplomat. pat met the woman during her travel as second lead. the traveling she did as first and second lead was the past of the job as a political wife. second, this woman was not the wife a ambassador or statesman, she was just a young woman who had come to the united states come out first to se
i noms think talk to themgic dick morris. he is here next. [ male announcer ] with 160 more miles per tank, the distances aren't getting shorter. ♪ the trucks are going farther. the new 2013 ram 1500. ♪ with the best-in-class fuel economy. engineered to move heaven and earth. ♪ guts. glory. ram. >> on thursday night last week dick morris went on the record saying governor romney will win by a land slide. two-days out does he stand by his prediction or did it change? what do you think? >> we are going to win by a land slide. it will be twill be the biggest surprise in recent american political history. it will rekindle the whole question as to why the media played this race as a nail biter. i think romney will win quite a bit. he is going to carry 325 electoral votes. we have a map i think you can see them that i think he is going to win florida, virginia, north kierl line gnaw indiana these are states obama won last time. iowa, ohio, new hampshire, wednesday wednesd pennsylvania, wisconsin and minnesota and colorado. this is going to be a land lied. i base this not on intuit
looking at the 40-year hist former and a tribute to dick clark who passed earlier this year. >> dick loved the ability for music to create its pure joy. >> reporter: to honor the best performers and tonight's biggest award artist of the year went to -- >> justin bieber! ♪ >> the nominees are chosen based on radio, tv play and music sales. but it's the fans who picked tonight's winners through online voting. brandi hitt, abc news, los angeles. >> it's cute that the biebs brought his mom. >> cool. >>> and the real winner, dick clark legacy. >>> and the real winner, dick clark legacy. that's what's making news captioned by closed captioning services, inc. >>> good
, they're returning the favor. 40 years ago, dick clark had about idea. the american music awards would honor the biggest stars in music, based on who people were listening to. those early names you remember. >> village people. >> donna summer. >> cindy lawer. >> awards for the stars selling the most music. the stars who the fans were choosing on the radio. >> far out! >> anyone who items you this isn't great is a liar. >> first year, 1972. dick clark with johnny cash here, his wife june carter cash, their son john holding the trophy. >> the one and only michael jackson. >> diana ross introducing michael jackson, an award winner year after year. here with clark before rehearsals for the show. the stars were connected to clark. gloria estefan and the dalmatian she gave to clark as a puppy. he brought the dog that year. and tonight, after so many thank yous on that stage -- >> thank you very much. >> it's so year, huh? >> outrageous! >> reporter: tonight, they'll say thank you to dick clark. stevie wonder, who won 11 times -- >> thank you, everybody, very much. >> reporter: will perform a
, oh my god i forgot about this one. this is the dick morris turkey. >> it's going to be--well, you can call it a landslide or not but 325-223 is pretty landslide landsliding in my view. >> michael: i predict that dick morris will predict that he'll get a pardon. >> yes, probably. i like the fact that he has landslideing like its action in present tense. he's absurd. >> he has made himself irrelevant, dick morris, if he has not already been pretty irrelevant. we go now, like i said before, there is this guy. donald trump. our turkey trump. >> i have a deal for the president. a deal that i don't believe he can refuse. $5 million. the check will be given within one hour after he releases all of the records so stated. >> michael: brett, what was he going to do for that hour? >> i have no idea. i just love how they pull back. the entire nation was like that empty office he was in because no one responded, no one was listening. people--you know, with him he's the kind of guy that he's a turkey like sheep you want to sheer a lot of times. >> you know, you would get quite a sweater if you did
and she and dick had to participate in the custom of nose rubbing. although, she said, that she felt safe when some of the disheveled people lined up for the nose rubbing, the nixons took part. she also visited the kitchen where the women were cooking the food that they were going to be eating later on and she said the kitchen was so dirty and unsanitary that she was actually quite leery of eating the food and she had learned to push food around on her plate, so look like she was eating without actually eating anything. this would prove to be the case on all the overseas trip that they would make during the vice presidential years. the conditions could be challenging, but pak continued to be told of visiting new countries. in early 1956, she attended the inauguration of the new president in rio de janeiro, city did she call the most attractive really beautiful city she had ever seen and where the parties were fabulous. but she found they actually went in january. there was like a 75-degree climate change when they went there in one day. the nixons set off on another tour. she explained th
zealand where you had to take part in a ritual dialogue and actions a century. both she and dick had to participate in those serving. she felt faint with some of the disheveled oldsters signed up for a session of those surveyed, the nixon's wanted to be good sports so we took it. she had more problems because she also visited the kitchen, where the women were cooking the food that they were going to be eating later on but she said the kitchen was so dirty and unsanitary tissue is actually really quite leery of eating the food given to them and she kind of funky art of pushing through pushing food around on her plate and covering things up covering things up so it looks like she was eating without having to eat anything. visser proved to be a kiss on the overseas trips in nixon's nature and vice presidential years. although their schedules are often crowded with official duty and conditions could be challenging, pat continued to be thrilled to see new countries aired in early 1956, she had dick attended the maturation of the new brazilian president in rio de janeiro committee city she
in florida, ohio, virginia. dick morris going to have thoughts on that later. but, do you take that poll seriously? >> no, i don't take those three polls seriously. here is why. in florida, they have obama ahead by 1 point. they have seven points more democrats than republicans. even in 2008 there were only 3 points more democrats than republicans. similarly ohio 5 point margin for obama. 8 point advantage for the democrats. 8 points in 2008. does anybody think ohio is going to be as democrat as it was in 2008. 2 points for obama. 8 point democrat in 2008. six points democrat. does anybody think it's going to be as good as it was in 2008. at mildly that's called absurd. >> bill: let me run it down for the folks. all the polls say, all of them say that prib voters are more motivated this time around. so when when mr. rove says do you think it's going to be the same democratic turnout in ohio as it was in 2008. the answer based on the data is no. because republicans are more motivated this time around than they were. secondly, when you poll, you take a political affiliation of people you c
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